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Destination guide

You don't need Shakespeare to fall in love with Verona

People visit Verona for its association with William Shakespeare's famous play, "Romeo and Juliet." And a popular spot is indeed Juliet's House, where you can see Juliet's balcony and wish for luck in love. But forget about Shakespeare when you go there—it's easy to fall in love with the place on its own merit. Staying in Verona vacation rentals will let you discover the preserved buildings that make Verona a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as putting you near Lake Garda and the renowned vineyards of Valpolicella.

Things to do

Arena di Verona: a Roman marvel with modern functions

One of the architectural marvels that made Verona a World Heritage Site is Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheater built in AD 30, and one of the world's best-preserved ancient buildings. If you lived in Roman-era Verona, this was the place you'd go to if you fancied watching a gory gladiator fight. During the Renaissance era, the Arena was one gigantic courtroom. Today, the Arena is a popular concert venue where you can watch classic opera, a dance performance, or a rock concert. It's a highlight of Verona nightlife.

Activities

Verona: a romantic place untouched by time

Verona is considered one of the more cosmopolitan regions in Italy, yet it's hard not to feel like you've time-traveled when you get there. You can pretend to be a Roman noble while watching a concert at the well-preserved Arena di Verona, or act like a Renaissance lord or lady while touring the province's museums and churches, or while staying at Verona vacation rentals converted from castles. Visit Valpolicella and drink wine produced using techniques developed before the Roman era. You can cross the River Adige via beautiful arch bridges built in the 1300s.

Weather

On foggy winters and scorching summers

Verona enjoys a mild climate like the rest of Northern Italy. The winter months of November to February can get extra cold, while the summer months of June to August can fry you, even with sunscreen on. It's also humid all year-round; humidity leads to gothic-style rolling fogs on winter nights and extra heat on summer days. Even though it can get crazy-hot, with temperatures climbing to over 100F, summer is when Verona comes alive with travellers. If you're planning a summer holiday, make sure to book your Verona vacation rental months ahead.

Natural features

When flat doesn't mean boring

The Province of Verona is the southernmost part of Italy's Veneto Region. Its terrain is generally flat, broken only by mountains in Lessinia to the north, by hills surrounding Lake Garda to the west, and by Lake Garda itself. The lake is Italy's largest and a major summer destination, popular for windsurfing, boating, and fishing. The River Adige, flowing from South Tyrol on Italy's boundary with Austria and Switzerland to the Adriatic Sea, cuts through Verona. North of the Adige is Valpolicella, Verona's wine region and a place you must visit if you're a foodie.

How many vacation rentals are available around Province of Verona?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 6,648 vacation rentals around Province of Verona. From 436 villa rentals to 4,350 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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